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The problem with analogies is that they always fail to truly capture the nuances of a situation. While the sentiment is very good and I agree completely, using an analogy simply doesn’t work.
Those who oppose the idea will completely miss the parallel, and those who agree will poke holes in the analogy. It pains me to say that this analogy doesn’t help at all.
It’s actually much simpler: an established human being is under no obligation to develop another human being.
Well, there’s a headline I never expected to read.
what the *fuck*?
From the article…
> As light can exist as both a particle and a wave, an abortion provider can honor birth and fight for a person’s right to give birth when it’s right for them
> Polarization on this topic is not accidental but rather a calculated political strategy designed to motivate voters (consider the term “pro-life” as an example of something misleading and intentionally divisive). So how do thoughtful and well-intentioned people then approach this topic? Is it possible to recognize the moral value many people place on a pregnancy and still believe that abortion is a fundamental right and, in many cases, a moral good? My personal experiences suggest that it is not only possible, but if we want to make progress on this issue, necessary.
If a pregnant woman is murdered it is 2 murder charges.
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